Pulau Payar Coral Reef - Marine Park

Pulau Payar Marine Park is one of the most beautiful marine park for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts that keen on exploring Langkawi’s undersea. Snorkel & enjoy incredible rich marine lives in shallow water & swim with the baby sharks. The island is surrounded by superb corals gardens that is home to a diversity of spectacular corals and colourful tropical marine life which make it a perfect destination for scuba diving and snorkeling.

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Genre Nationality Package Unit price Avail. Buy
Child My Kad Payar Beach (Langkawi - Langkawi)
MYR125.00
Child Foreigner Payar Beach (Langkawi - Langkawi)
MYR140.00
Adult My Kad Payar Beach (Langkawi - Langkawi)
MYR145.00
Child My Kad Platform (Langkawi - Langkawi)
MYR165.00
Adult Foreigner Payar Beach (Langkawi - Langkawi)
MYR180.00
Child My Kad Payar Beach (Langkawi - Penang)
MYR195.00
Child Foreigner Payar Beach (Langkawi - Penang)
MYR210.00
Adult My Kad Payar Beach (Langkawi - Penang)
MYR215.00
Child My Kad Platform (Langkawi - Penang)
MYR235.00
Adult Foreigner Payar Beach (Langkawi - Penang)
MYR250.00
Adult My Kad Platform (Langkawi - Langkawi)
MYR265.00
Child Foreigner Platform (Langkawi - Langkawi)
MYR270.00
Adult Foreigner Platform (Langkawi - Langkawi)
MYR310.00
Adult My Kad Platform (Langkawi - Penang)
MYR325.00
Child Foreigner Platform (Langkawi - Penang)
MYR340.00
Adult Foreigner Platform (Langkawi - Penang)
MYR380.00
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Pulau Payar Marine Park is a popular site for snorkelling and diving enthusiasts keen on exploring Langkawi’s undersea action. Just 30km south of the main island, it is about 45 minutes away from the Kuah jetty point and you can take either a catamaran or a speedboat to get here.

Comprising four islands, the largest of which is Pulau Payar, and three smaller isles (Pulau Kaca, Pulau Lembu and Pulau Segantang) this marine park is spread over two nautical miles. None of these islands are inhabited and are strictly regulated by the Fisheries Department of Kedah to maintain their pristine condition.